BPAN Kota Jayapura Improve the Economy in Border Area

Head of Inter-State Border Section (BPAN) Jayapura City, Erik Merauje continues to improve the economy in the border area between Jayapura City, Papua and Papua New Guinea. “Cooperation in the field of marine transportation as the transportation of the two countries thus helping to improve the economy on the border of Vanimo and Wewak, Papua New Guinea,” Erik said at the Mayor’s Office of Jayapura on Monday (13/11/17). In addition

Online Business Not Able to Replace Retail Business in Jayapura City

The development of the internet world has brought a lot of convenience in various aspects of online business or e-commerce. The development of the internet is certainly welcomed by the palaku business to expand its business wings in conducting transactions through the Internet network. But it can also threaten the growth of retail business. In response to the impact of e-commerce on retail business, Head of Cooperative Industry and SME

Grab Expands Services to Papua

The expansion is in line with Grab’s primary mission to make transportation accessible to everyone and contribute to resolving local transport challenges by delivering secure, convenient and affordable transportation services at a fixed rate of just one touch on a smartphone. “The Grab service in the newest cities will always follow the safety aspects we have set, from daily operations, driver training to technology features where safety is a priority